The Cook is a 1918 American silent film starring Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle and Buster Keaton. The movie is a slapstick comedy and focuses on goings-on at a high-end restaurant with Arbuckle as the Cook and Keaton as the Waiter.The film is notable for a scene spoofing the 1918 Theda Bara film Salomé,
with Arbuckle dancing around with a length of sausage links and pots
and pans. It also contains many of Arbuckle's favorite food gags and
some well-received work by Keaton.